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RecapToday gathers information about its users mainly to enhance their experience on the site and on email newsletters. This information is used to bring you content that is relevant to your interests. Additionally, RecapToday, along with our advertising partners, gather information about you anonymously to provide you with more targeted advertising messages that are catered to your location and interests. You can opt out of information gathering for advertising purposes below.
Personal Information/ Information You Directly Provide To RecapToday.
When registering, commenting, or signing up for newsletters, you may provide RecapToday with personal information, including but not limited to:
Personal contact information (name, zip code, e-mail address, phone numbers)
User names (including social media user names)
Correspondence with RecapToday staff
Billing Information (for paid RecapToday products)
You are not required to provide RecapToday with any personal information in order to use the site. All information that is collected is the sole property of the site, and that information is not distributed outside of the site unless required by law.
Non-Personal Information Automatically Collected
This type of information is collected anonymously through the use of tracking technology using third-party cookies, web beacons, and other similar methods. No Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is collected through this methodology. This information may include, but is not limited to:
Hardware/software information (geographic location, IP address, browser type, device type, operating system, bandwidth, etc.)
Analytics information (time spent on site, number of pages viewed, referring web page, browsing information, etc.)
Advertising information (type of ads seen, number of times ads were served, pages where the ads were served)
Information collected through HTML cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies.
What Is Done With The Collected Information?
Email Communications: RecapToday may use the information that you submit to send you email communications, such as newsletters, information about the site, alerts, and promotional messages from advertising partners.
How We Share Information Collected
There are very few specific circumstances when your information is shared outside of the company, these circumstances include but are not limited to:
If you comment or use the Facebook app on RecapToday, the information you submit (including your social media user name, etc) is viewable to the public.
RecapToday may need to disclose personal information to comply with a judicial proceeding, a court order, or any other legal process.
We employ third-party services to distribute email newsletters and these third-parties have access to specific information only for the purposes of fulfilling contracts on our behalf.
In the event RecapToday goes through a business transition, such as a merger, acquisition by another company, or sale of a portion of its assets, users’ personal information will, in most instances, be part of the assets transferred.
RecapToday does not allow any third-party company to use your email address for commercial purposes without your expressed permission. We will send you newsletter communications, partner sponsorship messages, account alerts, and any other emails you have requested to receive. If you would like to opt-out of any specific newsletters or mailings, please login to your profile to change your newsletter settings.
Children Under 13: RecapToday does not knowingly target adverting to, or collect information from children under the age of 13.
Security: RecapToday uses all reasonable means to safeguard data against unauthorized use and theft.
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For More Information
If you have questions about privacy or any grievance relating to the processing of information provided by you, you may please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.